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Interview with Fatou Bensouda

Eighteen months after assuming office as the chief prosecutor of the often criticised International Criminal Court (ICC), Fatou Bensouda (from The Gambia) says she is …

Who is persecuting Laurent Gbagbo?

Proceeding with the former Ivorian president, Laurent Gbagbo’s trial could undermine the International Criminal Court’s legitimacy in Africa, write Tim Zwart and Alexander Knoops.

ICC’s Long Shadow Over Impending Elections

Two months to Kenya’s next elections in March 2013, foreign diplomats, alarmed that two International Criminal Court “indictees”, Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto, might become …

Black Groups Challenge The ICC

A 27-person delegation from the New York-based December 12th Movement, and the Barbados-based International Association Against Torture, travelled to The Hague to petition the ICC …

Fatou Bensouda Takes Office

Bensouda served, since 2004, as the deputy to the former chief prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, during which time she headed the prosecution division of the Office …